Q: How do you calculate time and a half pay?

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No. Time and a half is 1 and a half times normal, double is twice normal pay.

Find half of 10.20 and add it to 10.20. Half of 10.20 is 5.10. 10.20 + 5.10 = 15.30

15.38

Most places do pay time and a half, some have a set amount of extra pay for holidays, while others pay at the same rate. There is no legal obligation for a private company to pay any kind of holiday pay, just a moral and social obligation.

1062.50

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No. Time and a half is 1 and a half times normal, double is twice normal pay.

No they do not. I know this for a fact. I do not, however, know if they pay time and a half for holidays.

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They pay time and half on Sundays not sure about Martin Luther King Day but I'm about to find out

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time and a half would be 18 before tax

T1.5 = Time @ 1.5 hours

No

Your pay would be an hour plus half of another hour of whatever your hourly age is.

Multiply the hourly rate by 1.5

Find half of 10.20 and add it to 10.20. Half of 10.20 is 5.10. 10.20 + 5.10 = 15.30